An Incredible Virtual Book Launch

October 22, 2020 | Danielle | Writing | 0

How pivoting book launch plans for my memoir, Blush, in 2020 and turning the celebration into a virtual book launch party turned out to be even better than I’d hoped. Here’s what we did, why we still hosted a party, and lots of pictures showing how it turned out. Fellow writers launching a book during…

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Writing My First Memoir – FINAL POST!

October 7, 2020 | Danielle | Writing | 0

After two years of blogging my way through memoir writing, here’s a final recap of how the months leading up to launch day went, how the book is doing so far, and the answer to “What’s next?” Read all posts for Writing my First Memoir and check out Blush: How I Barely Survived 17. For…

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The Day The World Trade Center Fell Down

September 11, 2020 | Danielle | Cancer Survivorship | 0

Reflections on experiencing 9/11 as a high school senior in 2001 and how it helped me find the words to what I had just experienced after surviving colon cancer at age 17. Did you guys hear what happened this morning in New York City with the Twin Towers?” I looked up at my classmate, who…

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Writing my first memoir – Part 7

April 27, 2020 | Danielle | Writing | 0

Oh friends, so much to catch you up on. Here’s a long overdue book update! Cover It’s such a blissful thing as a writer to find a designer who puts your words into colors, shapes and styles. Will Bryan was the visual talent behind my devotional, Unexpected. And there was no question, I wanted him…

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Writing my first memoir – Part 6

February 13, 2020 | Danielle | Writing | 0

I’ve attended several writing conferences and overheard, on multiple occasions, that writing a book is like going through a pregnancy. Having never been pregnant myself, I’m not sure if this is a fair comparison. But, I will say  similarities seem to appear. I’m carrying a message inside of me, it’s a big part of me,…

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